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ive noticed that on most of the other b's i see there are 2 black square step on tankes,but on the truck ive been waiting to buy there is only one square tank on the driver side and on the passenger side there is a step on grate and under the cab is the battery holder(not really a tray do to the piece of wood holding the battery)behind the step. so is there a purpose to this idea? or was 2 tankes a option?only certain models had this...

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Most all I have seen have had 2 square tanks, or round tanks.

The main tank is the drivers side(fuel pump pick up is in it), so the passenger side is just added capacity and can be removed if you want. It would really cut down on the travel distance!

Most B's that I have seen had the std battery box on each side behind the cab. My truck has both on pass. side only cause they hung a side box on the drivers side for tools(it was a towing company truck).



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